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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 190G.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
MAY WHEAT OPTION DOWN HALF CENT
Corn Rales Firm and Closing; Prices
Are hade Higher Oats Hkon
trennh Receipt and
OMAHA, January 17, DOS.
Foreign markets fr k and report
otme of better weather In Argentina, on
these conditions the longs sold ami weak
ened pines, rhe May ruled about Ho
lower through the session. May closed at
Hi44i88c. July at 644ie; and September
jrn .ru,,' firm, with closing priori a
hade higher. Country accepts rues are
tight, 'iiauera are watching fur breaks to
buy for in. scalp. May finished at 4oVtl 16c,
wuly at 4otj 4k,c, and September at 4t4c
oats snowed considerable strength, Ihe
expoit demand continues. May closed at
.'o, July at i. and September at i94e.
Primary wheat receipts were 7O3.000
bushels and shipments 21E.O0O bueliels,
against receipt last year of 669,000 bushels
u smpments or ai&.uw bushels, torn re
etpts were 6G0.WO bushels and shipments
28,000 buahela aaralnst recelnts lust vmi
of t64,0W bushels and shipments of hi .OA
tiiis. t iptirances were 71.100 bushels,
wheat, 21,000 barrels of flour, 64u.0u0 bushels
of corn, and ll.fto bushsls ct ni
Liverpool closed 4U4d lower on Wheat
ami Viru-VJ lower on coin.
An Aigcntlna cable reads: "Weather
em wing; favorable. Samples new wheat
iu-jk poor, isaa condition roads pro vent
A San hranclsco message reports heavy
tains throughout California.
The car situation on eastern roads has
bffn tnucA tmproved the last week and
nearly erory road Is able to five grain
mppers almost as manv cars as thev want.
K'aooard aales yesterday were IW.onO bu.
wheat. iilii.Oio hu. corn, t.K bu. oats and
h'i.ua bit. barter.
The United Slates Treasury department
furnishes a contradiction to the weekly
statement that clearances were mostly of
Canadian Wheat. It aavs clearances of
American flour for December were l.SH.OO
bhls.. of wheat 7 270 Hi S li These flarures
do not Include Canadian wheat.
A message from Prlngle. Fitch & Rankin
at Chicago says: "Fifty loads of Manitoba
wheat ha been sold for export since yes
terday's close. There are still further ot
hers In hand, but the Manitoba has ad
vanced 4c. checking business for the mo
ment." . '
From the Inter-Ocean: "The premiums
on red winter wheat indicate that either
tnere haa -been an unprecedented consump
tion of soft red winter wheat or that far
mers are holding back large quantities or
that the crop was greatly overestimated.
The latter theory haa many believers. It Is
seinr.g lower In Chicago than In any other
market. Jt is 74c lower than In St. Louis
nd Is at almost at a shipping difference;
It is 144c under Kansas City, while the
freight aUTerence is only 9c a bustiel be
tween the two markets.
It Is selling hero at May price In store,
or 3'o over January and there Is 2,310.000
bushels here. At St. Louis It Is 124c over
January and at Kansas City It Is 124c over
Omaha Cash Sales.
CORN No. 4, 1 car, J7c.
OATS No. t white, 1 car, 294c
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, TssOc: No. 2 In. id,
75"784c; No. 4 hard. tltc: No. I spring,
7oHHiic; No. 1 spring, 7o4j764c.
CORN No. 1, m4c; No. 4, 37SSc; No S
yellow. 38c; No. i white. Kan'tC.
OATS No. 8 mixed, 284j.4c : No. 1
white, 294j294c; No. 4 white, 2VU'-94C
RVE No. 2, 62c; No. , v4c
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
v Wheat. Corn. C ts.
4a H1; American mixed, old. 4s 4d: fu
tures nuiet; January, 4s 2Sd; March, 4a
24 Jaayv 4 tSd. . t . .
SEW l ORK GENERAL M tRKCT
Quotations of the Day on Vnrlooe
NEW YORK. Jn. 17 -FLOUR-RecelPtS.
I(.n LMf.; etiwrta, 10.306 bhls. The market
was quiet hut steady. Minnesota pat
ents, 4.'&gn; Minnesota bakers, fS.mtf
3 90; winter patents, $4.1ri4 F: winter
straights. $3.9oi4.uo; winter extras. 32 f&
3 26; winter low grades. f2.7Mj3.20. Rye
flour, steady; fair to good. S.744.u; choice
to fHnry, $4 n. Buckwheat flour, dull
at $2.15'q2.65 for spot and to arrive.
BUCKWHEAT Dull, at K!',c tor nom
inal, detl-ered at New Tork.
CORN MEAL Steady; white and yei-
loy, 3120; coarse, fl.OVal.lo; kiln-dried,
f2 86fr2 9t. . , ,
BARLSI-nrm; feeding, jic, c. i. i.
Buffalo; malting. 41li424c. c. I. f., Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 40,000 bu.; exports.
38,799 bu.r spot market easy: No. 2 red,
9"4c elevator : No. 2 red, 924c f . o. b. afloat ;
No. 1 northern uulutn. ic I. o. o. aiu'ivi.
As a result of better Argentina weather
news and lower cables, wheat turned quite
weak.' losing Ko per bushel In the first
hnne. Ijtter it was affected bv small clewr
Ings, weakness In the noithwest and liquida
tion, closing VHc lower; May, Btfq-OTkc,
cloaed at c; July, WiiWi-tfc, closed at
CORN Receipts. 108,200 bu.; exports. S.toO
bu.; spot market steady! No. 2, 60o new ele
vator and MWc f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow.
6l,c; No. 2 white. Kc. Option market was
active and ateadier on covering by local
aborts, closing unchanged to Vc net higher;
January, 66&a6c, closed at 56c; May, blft
alc, closed at HWc: July, Ua&ulHc, closed
O Alii Receipts, Bt.000 bu.; exports, 10,30
hu. ; spot market steady; mixed oats, 26 to
32 pounds, Vu37c; natural white, J to 32
pounda, tTViiytc; clipped white, 3 to 4)
FEED Steady; spring bran, 216.85. Janu
ary shipment; mlddiinas. 31985, January
shipment, city. $:.(& L3.6o.
IIAY Steady; shipping, 3o.0Oij6.50; good
to choice. 3S.50.
HOPS Steady: state, common to choice.
19S. 10lc; lo4, 10al5c; olds. WiSc; I'a
clflc coast, lu6, 101 14c; 1!, 98 12c; olds,
HIDES Firm; Galveston, 20 to 2S pounds,
California. '21 to 25 pounds. 20Yr.1c.
LEATHER Steady; acid. i"x'i27Hc.
PR'JVISluNS Beef, steady; family,
311.6O1U3.00; mess, 9.X10 00; beef hams,
3Jn.'ia.5"; packet-. tl0.ttf'U.OO;' city, extra
India mess. 318.5oai.oO. Cjt meats.
julet; pickled bellies. 3S.2o9.tiO; pickled
snoulders, 6.5o&7.W; pickled hams. V.ii
M m tjirrt ateaclv: -uestern steamed. f,.Ko
5i.9i); refined, barely steady; continent. $;
South America. H.i; i-ompouiiu. o.ij(s
137Vi. Pork, steady; family. SKOO; short
clears, 15 0t6l7.OO; mess, I14.764J15 OH.
TALLOW Firm; tiO', 5c; domestic, 4 a
domestic, Hc; Japan,
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Bpecnlttion Betertt t Ldtr Which
En Eecn Igleted for Ftw Dji,
NEW HIGH RECORD FOR UNION PACIFIC
Smelting . aad Lead Alan Rise
to Sew High Levels Xhara
Drop 1st Coffee la
and irregular. Consols were dull, but
closed arMVve the lowest quotations.
Americans opened steady and hardened to
above parity on New York support. Other
wise they were Inactive. They rallied
further during the last hour and closed
at the highest quotations of the day.
iranrt TYunk and Mexicans Improved on
the traffic returns. Peruvians were strong.
Kaffirs wavered, but closed with a better
tone. Japanee Imperial s of lsu4 were
quoted at 102T.
BERLIN. Jan. .17. Prices on the Bourse
today opened weak, but Improved later.
Trading was light.
PARIS. Jan. 17 Prices on the Bourse
today were firm throughout, owing to the
excellent Impression made by the Orst ses
sion of the Moroccan conterence. Later
trading was Inactive. Russian Imperial 4s
were quoted at 23.60 and Russian bonds of
1M at 47.(10.
Chicago , .r:'..7..
Kamwa City ;.
NEW TORK. Jan. 17 -The features of to
day's stock market was the speculative
operations in a number of storKS which
nave been exhaustively exploited In tne
speculation of the Immediate past and
which parsed through a period of prottt
tHklng subsequent to that speculation.
There was a lively renewal In the same con
nection of a great variety of rumors, mostly
pointing to combinations and mergers.
which have already played a principal part
In the advances effected In those stocks.
The capacity demonstrated by the move
ment fur the completion of a digestive
process of profit-taking In the market and
a sull furtner advance in the stocks af
fected made a considerable impression on
speculative sentiment. The reversion of
tne market operations to these stocks was
accompanied by constant profit-taking at
other points of the list. Tills extended to
many stocks which showed strength in the
earlier part of the day, so that they were
made to yield their gains In the subsequent
dealings. The most conspicuous example
of the reversion of the speculation to
former channels was that of Union Pa
cific. This was subjected to some further
extensive profit-taking In the earlier part
of the day, but It broke through this re
straint later and rose to a new record level
above with marked effect on the gen
eral speculative sentiment. The Smelting
and Metal stocks were another example of
this tendency In the market. Smelting and
lead both rose to new record levels. Amal
gamated Copper was kept down or forced
back when It did advance by a constant
stream of realising sales. The news con
cerning these properties was plentiful, but
was entirely In the form of rumors. The
settlement of the Montana copper war, a
merger of the smelting and lend companies
and a gigantic combination of all the cop
per mining, smelting and allied metal lu
dustries are samples of the character of
The actual news of the day was not Im
portant bevond the continued heavv ac
cumulation of cash resources In New York, i
Money rates In consequence continued to
work, easier. Interest attaches to the prob
able action of the Bank of England au
thorities on the discount rato tomorrow,
owing to the operations of the bank thla
week dealgned to advance the open mar
ket rates, which Is a usual preliminary
to an advance In the bank rate, but the
hank hiu Iieen ahle to secure the sunnlles
white, September, i of gold In the market this week and, this
advance in tne Dana
Sw York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 17.-MONEY On call,
easier at S34 per cent; ruling rats, 4Vi
per cent; closing bid, 24 per cent: offered
at 3 per cent. Time loans, steady; sixty
days, 6 per cent; ninety days and six
months. 6U6 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-S6H
STERLING EXCHANGE Firmer, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 34.8t&vo'
4.M7i for demand and at 34.833u4.&& for
sixty-day bills; posted rates, H Wo4 HVi
and H r;4 S7H: commercial bills, M.KV,.
SILVER Bar, tc. Mexican dollars,
BONDS Ooverninent, steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
Japan ta 14 sertM
10J4 do is eth
1t 4o 44 f
10 I in Id ssrln
1 ,L. N. anl. 4s...
10 Mu. t. s 4
1 Ma. rsatral 4
1WH do Ut Inc
1 Minn. 81. L. 4i...
lU" M . K. A T. 4a 10
..ltSlt an U H
Ml, M. Ft. R. of M. e. 4a M4
BL "ITER Firm; strre't price extra cream
CHEESE Firm; state full cream, small
nri lunA colored and white. September.
fancy. 14Hc; state, October, best, 13 Vo 13'-.c; 1 being the case, an 1
state, late made, small, colored and white, I rule is less probable,
average best 12c; state large, 12'c; state, I The constant pressu
fair. 11H012C, .
EtJOS Julet; western fancy selected,
21Vtii22c; average best. 21c.
POl LTRY Live, steady; western chick
ens, 12c; fowls, 14c; turkeys. 14c. Dress-a
firm; western chickens, ll517c; turkeys,
1241 J0c; fowls, lo&HHc
tvaasas City Urala aad Frovlaloae.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 17. WHQAT
t. 8 rat. ts. rrt
V. S. la, r(
C. g. old 4. rag
V. s. n. 4a. rog...
Am. Tobacco 4..
Atchltoo con. 4s..
do adj. 4s
Atlantic C. L. it
Hal. Ohio 4a...
Brk. h T. c. 4s..
Central 61 Ca. tt
do In lne
do Id Inc
do Id Inc 75 'Readlnc o. 4s 101
Chn. A Ohio St..-.ltS Rt, u A I. M. c. to liT .
rhirao A. IWl... tl St. L A 8 T. It- 40 U4
C, B. A q. a. 4....11S St. L. s. W. c. to.... tlV
C, K. I. A P. 4a.... 7Va Seaboard A. U 4a.... II
da col. ta 8o. Pacific 4a
TCC, 4t St. L. s 4a..n! do IX 4a nil M't
Colo. Ind. ia. aar. A. It So. Railway la Ills
... II Taiaa A P. la.
... 'I 'T. , St. LAW.
... MV Vnlon Paclllc 4a
,..1IM do conr. 4a
...KO V. 8 Steel 24 la...
...II IWabaih la
...101 I do drb. B
... US Western Md. 4a.....
...Id W. A L. K. 4a
...lOOVWIa. Central 4a
..101 N. V. C. f. It.
,.li H. i. C. (. la...
.. 4 No Pacific 4a....
.. ftta, do la
.'.HI S. A W. r. 4a..
. . m lo. 8. L. rtds. 4i
I Pann. coot. 3Ha.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKE'i
V.ry rir Bun f CtUlt of All Kiodi
WORST HOG MARKET IN SOME WEEKS
Teadeacy af prlees Almost All
Klads of Stack Lower, Hogs aad
Sheepi gafferlag Most, ' with
Cattle Xot Mach Off.
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 17. ln.
Receipts were; Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Oli.ciai monday 4,043 0.SS9 7.174
Ofrlclal Tuesday 4.141 nl 10.706
Official Wednesday 6.20 lu.700 .0
Three days this week.. 13.34 23.5.Y) 23.47H
Three days last week.... 13,i14 26,221 278
Same days week before.. 7.517 18,773 13 27
Same three weeks ago... 4.7R4 12.179 3.112
Same four weeks ago...,14 'Jt 30.793 12.133
Rame days last year lO.fttf M.75S 22.318
RECEIPTS FOR THE! YEAR TO DATE
The following table shows the receipts of
came, noga and sheep at Houtti umana
tor the year to date, compared with last
year: ia l. Inc.
Cattle 46.16H 39.761 1.417
Hogs 112.374 11.54 2.328
Sheep 77. out 7S.OS3 l.Suo
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. - I. 19t.19(H.19oe.ilot . 11901. !1J0.
do series B. .
Colorado Mid. 4a...
Colo. A 8o. 4a
I) A R. O. 4a
I 'I ill Her a' See. ii
Krle p. I. 4a
do sea. 4a
HfHking Val. 44a.
Jan. 1.... 14
Jan. 2.... I 11
Jan. I.... 107
Jan. 4.... 5 14
Jan. ft.... 5 22
Jan. ... i 2
Jan. I.... t 26
Jan. .... 5 a
Jan. 10... I 20
Jan. 11... ft 22
Jan. 12... 6 28
Jan. 13... ft 36
Jan. 1... 6 29-H
Jan. IS... 6 SS
4 C4 83 23H 96! 4 21
4 39: 4 ill f 3i f 221 4 96! 4 83
4 4a! I 2 19. 4 961 4 29
4 46' 4 77 29 ft 021 4 27
4 47 4 tl 6 281 6 041 4 37
4 461 4 6 341 241 I 4 36
4 0 4 66 1 40- i ! 6 Vr
I 4 6t 49; 08h
4 61! 4 62! 39: 6 15
4 62! 6 401 6 14
4 681 4 63 6 041
4 62; 4 611 46
6 ; 4 34
6 14 4 38
6 26; 4 36
i 24 4 42
6 la 4 50
4 761 6 48 6 00
4 72: 6 37i 6 1.1! 6 16
4 69! 6 41 1 6 22 1 6 26, 4 36
4 74! 6 50 6 In, S 21) 4 n2
6 60 6 17 6 SOI 4 48
Boston Storks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Jan. 17. Call loans, fcg5 per
cent; time loans, 4l4'&6 per cent. Official
quotations on stock and bonds:
Atehiasn adj. 4a.
Mea. Central 4o.
re upon Amalgamated auhiaon
Copper proved too strong for the resisting ! do pld
powers of that stock. Its sharp brraK Buaiou A Albany
later In the day decided the course of the ; Ronton A Mama,
rest of the market, which had been sub- r Boston Elevated
Ia otauH , nrrtfl t ! fl U In a tinrlnr fOVPf Uchburs P'4 ..
of the advances in the specialties which eI'c4"1 r"tr"J
have been described. The price of copper !. "'
in London fell sliarply and some appre- ! Amw. A ch;in'-.
hension was expressed of a possible re- Aui,r p,u. Tuba.,
action in the markets for other metals, j Atner. sugar
Attention was attracted Dy tne remarKB j do pfd
..10H4 Amalgamated ..
.. American ftiae .
.. tt Atlantlo
. IM Cat. A Hecla...
. -l;; Centennial
..H4 Copper Range ..
..14H liaiy Weet
. "Uoralnlon com
. 11 lata Borala ....
. II Maw. Mining ..
Lower; Biay, suc. jui, ot President J. J. Hill of the Great North- Amer. T. A T 1 Muni. C. A C
llttlU. I T , ..v.. . : . i. . . . , I.. wnM 1 1 . i n i
red, 92i&tOc; So. 3. f?91c
CHICAfiU (K4II A'VD PROVISIONS
Featarea of the Trading; and Cloalag
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. Improved weather In
Argentina was ihe cause of a' moderate
decline trday In the local wheat market.
Atjjr.e close wheat for.-May delivery .IVuS;
uir c; iars iwere tip ii ij c; vorrn ana pro
visions wcre; practically unchanKed.
rVliowing a decline at Liverpool based
upon the change In Argentina weather con
ditlons the wheat market here opened
cuaier, with' the May hptiofi a shade to Wit
He lower at Mtc to lyc. Pit traders sold
freely and there was also soma selling by
local lonus. Weather conditions In the
I ntted Stales were generally regarded as
favorable and the movement In the north
west continued on a liberal scale, ftefnre
the end of tin- first hour the price of the
May delivery had dropped to s7c. For a
time trading Was slow hut toward the end
of the session shorts bought actively be
cause of a report from New York of an
Increased export buslnesa The. close was
steady with May at aVtt-r. Clearances of
wheat and flour were eiual to 166,000 bu.
Primary receipts were "oa.otiO bu., compured
with 669.000 bu. a. year ago. Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chloa;o reported receipts of
466 cars, against 06 cars last week and
4a0 cars one year ago.
The slump' In. wheat caused some weak
ness in corn early In the day, but on active
demand by cash houses the market be
aaune steady.- Other bullish factors were
a continued good export -nVmand and small
local receipts, Ihe arrivals being 161 cars
of which twenty-nine cars were of contract
grade. The market closed steady with
prices at almost the highest point of the
day. May opened unchanged at 454cl sold
between -45c and 4fViO and closed at 45Vc
Despite the weakness of Wheat, the oats
market was strong throughout the session.
Offerings were light and mostly from small
holders. Late In the day the market was
strengthened by reports from New York
of large foreign sales. May opened a shade
lower to a shade higher at lVi31tc, sold
up to 81 He and closed at 32c. Local receipts
were 131 cars.
Provisions were firm at the opening be
cause of a 6p advance In the price of live
hogs. The principal selling of the day was
by the Isrger packers, and offerings were
for the most part taken by shorts. At the
close May pork was off 2VfO, at $14v. Lard
was up a shade at 87 60u7 62i. Ribs were
a shade lower at 17.627.56.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
twenty-six cars; corn, 224 cars; oats, 144
cars; hogs. 40.00 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
7tac; ' cash, No
7Q',Klc' Xn. ?"rei
CORN Steady ; aiay, amc; juijr. iv-.,
cash. No. 2, 3i840c; No. 2 white, 41c: No.
'"OATfr-Steady; No. 2 white, 82c; No. 2
mixed. Sic . ... .
HAY Iwer; choice timothy, I10.5WJ
H tm: choice prairie. 8.508.75.
RYESteady; 63&64C. .
K1U3 Steady; Missouri and Kansas
new No. 2, whitewood cases Included, lie;
case count, 16c; eases returned, hie less.
. BUTTER Finn; creamery, 26c.
Wheat." tm..v..'....v.:..-... UtW ."
Corn. bu...i 5.0 84,000
Oats, bu 6.000 12,iW0
The leading futures at Kansas City, as
reported toy the Von Dorn Grain company,
Articles. Open. I High. I Low. Close. Yes y
L k.Hf I ,'
' . - , 1 CAt iWlft..V
amrv.-j , TjSj. 77h 77,:77HHj,
Uiv . L 1T
Am. Car c F
Am. Cotton Oil ..'...
Am. H. & l.i pfd ...
Am. Ice Securities..
Am. Linseed Oil ....
Am. Iocomotlve ...
t uned Fruit loo V. 8. Mining.
imtM enos Macs.... 74 l. b. oil..
em usserting that the nation was living Amer. woolen a Old Dominion
profligately, and some selling was said to I " p' "Jj '?u
be due to the tenor of the address. There . J"" Prrot
were rallies from the late break in vni- S ic n S 1
pathy with the downward plunge In copper j tSctrte ?., V.:: u SZt""
and the closing tone was steady. i do ptd wi Trinity
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, pur Maaa. Oaa .. 4ivt Vnltad Copper
value, xtj.uuo.tMD. I nited Btates oonoa were
all unchanged on call.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change ranged as follows:
Dales, ri ia n.tAJw.iuBc,
..257.100 114S 110 111V4
. IS.") 454 45 4M4
.. 1,1) 103 lOiVi 102i
.. 4.800 43 4W 424
.. & 2WH 229 227
900 3H 28H
V. a. Steal
Westing, common .
. 44 Victoria
.lie Wlnooa ....
. 14 ,WolTerlna ...
. 4 North Butto
fore anyone had time to turn around the
market was atjioc lower. It Is needless to
add that the trade was extremely slow and
dull. Sellers mails a strong, fight against
the Inevitable and they would not give up
so long as there was the slightest chance
of forcing buyer to da better The result
was that It was well along toward mid. lay
before any business of consequence wss
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44 I 10
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4 I 1
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140 4 K
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40 I tli
10 I il
44 I t:4
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10 I It
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Its I ts
fit IN lit
... I M
140 4 I
44 I HI
40 I I74
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...Jul ... t m tti ... 1 ?7t
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...11 ... I 12 40 141 ... I 10
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...114 1M kit 14 m ... IM
...ill ... U M 100 ... t II
...111 ... ft 14 to MI ... I fcl
BHfcF.P It did not look natural In the
big sheep barn this morning. L'nder normal
conditions there Is a scene of bustle and
general activity, but this morning was an
exception. Instead of being busy buyers
and seders were standing around in groups
apparently waiting fur something to hap
pen. Tne reason was to be found In tne
general weaanesa surrounding the sheep
and lamb trade. As already detailed in
these columns there has been an over
supply of fat sheep and lambs at all the
great markets for a week or more back.
wnn tne result that packers have been un
. . Jl
changed. Rales were reported of 27 trt
bVitfs. Including: February at 6.7Sc; March.
6S141SS6C; May, 6 a7i ; August. 7 ":
Scpter.ter. 7 SomT.Jfc; l-reniber. 7.4"tf7 5 .
Sot Hlo waa steady; No. T Invoice, e'-xo
OMtllA W HOI.K A I.K M4HKKT.
Condition of Trade and (notations on
Staple and Fancy Prodnre.
K008 Fresh receipts, candled stock. IVff
LIVB mi-T.TRY-Hens. fi?lV: old roost
ers. Kc; turkeys. HSiKio; ducks. 9c; yotinc
roosters. Hiiyc; geese, lti!c.
IHKHRb;l POI LTKV Turkeys, tottl'-;
old toms, Italic; chickens. 1 "Vile: old roost
ers. 7c: ducks. llri2o; geese. liillc.
BUTT KR Packing atork. ltiv,c; choli t
fancy dairy, l.Vfclc; creamery, 21l,;
prints. 21 We.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha feed com
pany: No. 1 upland. t7.untt7.nO: medium. Irt.fc'
4ji : coarse, fniaViiSa". Ke straw, I6.S0.
PRA-Per ton. tl5.ja
H1DKH. PK1.TS AND TALIXIW-No. 1
green hides, 10c; No. i. 9c; No. 1 salted.
12'c; No. 2. im,c: green bull hides. V.iSc .
cured. 9'il0c; dry hhlcs. lfifiSOc. Horse hides;
iJirye, 33.2S; small, tl.26. Sheep pelts, ench,
2ficli1.7S. Tallow: No. 1. 4c; No. 2. 3c;
DATES Per box of 80 1-lb. pkgs., ts: Hal
lowe'en, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb.. 6te; Bayers,
per IK, 6c; walnut-stuffed. 1-lb. pkgs., 32 per
dox , f-lb. boxes, fl.
OKANGL'8-Callfornla navels, all sixes,
t2.75: choice navels. 32.26.
LEMONS Llnionlers, extra fancy,240 slse,
f3.2Ti; 300 to 3C.il sixes, 33.75.
FlOP California, per ItVlb. carton, 75SrK';
Imported Smyrna, three-crown, 12c; six
BANANAS Per medlum-slsed bunch, 11. 75
ili A: Jiimhos, 2.5r-fi3 d.
TANULH1NKS Florida, per box of about
OR APE FRUIT-Florida, per box, tt.M;
California, per box. ft'..
PRARS Lawrence and Mount Vernon.
at hi 4) Irs far-rida 1 ha sraiikltaan Intn nuriaiimntinil I tZ.
as fan aa tne live sheep were coming lor-' APPLES California Fell flowers. 21 .40 per
RANQF OF PRICES.
Omaha 11 TEiitUO fu.lt'ao.ai
Chicago 1656.26 4 9o'g52t4
Kansas City 2.0t"o6 90 s.Wuo.&u
St. Louis 2.004)6 90 4.7i'ga.&0
Sioux City 2.6O6.60 S.latf6.30
The following list snows the number of
cars of feeders shipped to the country Ties
dsy and their pnts of destination:
John Griffin. Hamburg. Ia. Q 6
H. M. Holloway, Bartlett, a Q 1
F. V. Morton. Anderaon. Ia U 1
Thomas Sanley, Surprise. F. B. 2
John K'ntss (Hidden, la. N. W 1
J. W. Green. Glidden, la N. W 1 (
O. 8. Chr atian. Madison L. f a
Frank Pop. Weston-U. P
P. W. Cramer, McClelland. Ia. G. tV.. .
W. H. McCiusky. WlnsldeM. & O
D. W. Greenleaf, Tekamah M. At O....
W. M. Buraolne. Silver City. Ia. Wab
W. L. Latty. Logan, la.-I. C 1
Cameron 4k W Tekamah M. oV 0 1
The official number of cars brought In to
day by each road waa:
Cattle. Hogs, sn p. H ses.
ward. It goes without savins that such
conditions are bound to bring uDout a weak
and lower market not only here, but at
every other selling point.
The receipts locally were not large thla
morning, oniy a few over twenty cars being
in sigiu, which was small for tne middle of
tne week and short of the supply of one
and two Weeks ago. At the same time it
waa plenty large enough considering the
condition of the market. As hinted above
the truue was slow and weaa and generally
lower than yesterday, 'lo call it right
around 26c lower than last week would not
miss the actual condition of the market
very far. Colorado and western lan.ba both
sold tip to i.2B. but tney were good. Some
westein eariings sold at fti.lO, uut It lanes
good stuff to bring that puce. Several cars
of Colorado ewes went at to .30 and to. 2b.
Quotations for fed sheep and lambs are
as follows: Good to choice iamoa, COio
radus, tT.Mq'.to; good westerns, ii.u0flil.2o;
good yearlings, .tii6.)5; good weiaets,
v.ir.-dio ?:; ewes, 34. '60 2o.
quotations tor feeuer sheep and lambs:
Goud leedlng lambs, fo.'o4.40; yearlings,
4. iixwd.su; wethers. 4.6uju.uu; ewes, t4.no
4 fry, breeding ewes, 14.6vuo.uu.
346 western yearlings & wethers 96
lit western yearlings A wethers 96
i western yearlings ar wethers 16
London Closing Storks.
' LONDON, Jsn. 17. Closing quotations on
the Stuca exchange Wets as loiluws:
4,.0 46 46 46t(
! 2.'4 2ll
100 43 43 V'i
30, tOO "H i 764
1.300 120 120 11SV4
Am. Hnielt. & Refng. 89,7t) 172s;. l'i 17014 Chen. A Ohio
do Pfd - ,.,..6,WI .1I Mr13't inicago ut. w
Conaola. money ..
Baltimore A Ohio
Canadian Pacific .
St. Loala General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 17.-WHEAT-Lower;
No. 2 red, cash, elevator. Sli4c; track,
Ko'uflCHc; May. Wa!'!ixc; Jub'. 82Vt82ic;
No. 2 hard. Soc. ,
CORN Firm: No. 2 cssh, 4?c; track, 49
42c; May. 4.1H'S43Wc; July, 431c.
OATS Lower; No. 2 cash. 314c; track.
SlVTJJo: May. SISct No. 2 white. 33Hc
FLOUR Quiet and steady; red winter
patents. 34.4o4.60: extra fancy and straight,
$J.9h4.30; clear. S3.oo4j3.40.
SF.F.D Timothy, steady. t2.bO(S3.00.
CORNMEAL Steady. S2.30.
BRAN Firm; sacked, east track. SPtmc.
HAY-Flrnierj tlinolhy, t6.0fyal4.00; praltie,
IKON COTTON T1ES-9&0.
HEMP TWINE 7HC
PROVISIONS Pork." steady-; Jobbing,
flS.75. Iird, steady; prime steamed, t7.3o.
Dry salt meats, lower; boxed extra shorts,
37.87H; "leer rlba. S8.12S: ort dears, I 37
Bacon, steady: boxed extra shorts. Ss.62fe;
clear ribs, S8.87H: ghort clear.
POULTRY Dull: chickens, 9je4c;
springs. He; turkeys, 14c; ducks, 11c; geese.
UTTER-Qulet; creamery. 218c; dairy,
FXJGS Weak at 18e. case count.
The receipts and shipments of flour and
Artlcles. Open. High.) Low. Close. Yes'y.
.May .SStjV SSSI
July :6'Wl4 5VlHe
SlWaf 31 I
13 66 f 11 65
14 Ol'V 14 06
7 4H4! T 45
7 !',: 7 6'-Sj
t72Vi T 724
7 45 .
.... 8,010 9.0
Minneapolis Grain Market.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
Uveryi. The range of prices ss reported
by F. D. Day 4k Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade
ArUcles.1 Open. I Hlgh.l Low. I Close.l Tes y
Am, Super Refng...
Am. Tol. pfd ctf
Anaconda M. Co
Atlantic Coast Line
Bait. A Ohio
Brooklyn It. T
('HiiRcllau Pacific. ...
Central of N. J
t'hes. & Ohio
Chi. A Alton
Chi. Gt. Western ..
Chi. AN. w
C... M. & St. P
Chi. Term. & T
do Dfd ,1.
C' C C & St. L...
Colo. Fuel A Iron...
Colo. & Southern
do 1st pfd .,
do 2d pfd
Consolidated Gits ....
do pfd ,
Del. A Hudson .......
D.. L. & W
Den. & Rio G
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Illinois Central ......
K. C. Southern ......
Inula. A Nashville..
Met. St. Ry
Minn. & St. L
M . St. P. 4 S. 8. M.
M . K. A T
N. R. K. of Mex. pfd.
9.100 , im
a .f.i.. infa H-Mi mmre
. in., j.i2 vii. ex . Ueneer A R. O..
1S.1.) 964 94 9i ; K""
6"0 104 104
2.SO0 ln54 14 164
12.7CO 1164 1154 1154
700 , W4 94 W
u.:m 914 fH
4,000 1754 1754
8.800 6K4 574
3U0 6V SO
8.OJ0 224 224
1.200 2K7 236
10.810 l iH3 184
4 17 17 U4
HQ 39C 39; 38
0 lti7A 107 lo7
...lS N. T. Central 1M
... M Norfolk A W : 1
... llai Jo pf4 44
... Ontario A W M
...107 renharlvanta 74
...11 Raa4 Mines IS
...lwn Beadlnt 744
... W!t. , do lat pfd 4
HmiB Ul. S4Ti ,W- M lun ........ ., Wl
M. A St. P laa 8otAerq Hallway ... 404a
u o pia
4iV Southern Paclflo .... 7114
JtoL'ntoa Pacltc IH'4
;ii do ptd 101
. (Vr. 9. 44a
77V 4o P'4 HI'S
lit j do pfd 444
40 Spanlali 4a 1
SILVER Kar, steady, 3od per ounce.
MONEY-4ii4 per cent.
The rate 01 discount ;n the open market
for short Mils is 3433 15-16 per cent; for
three mcnths' bills, 34 per cent.
New York MlnfnsT Stocks.
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Closing quotations
on mining stocks .eio as tniiows:
C. M. A St. P 7
Missouri Pacific 2
Union Pacific 21
C. A N. W., east 5
C. A N. W west 38
C, St. P.. M. A O... 26
C. B. A Q.. east 2
C, B. A Q., west 66
C, R. I. A P.. east....
C, R. I. A P., west.... 1
Illinois Central I
Chicago O. W 4
J 1 446 western lambs
I j o western ewes
I j 166 western wethers
1 i 473 western wethers
1 j 246 western yearlings
I .-4 western lumbs
1 ) 118 western yearlings A wethers
3o0 western yearlings & wethers
3 western yearlings A wethers
61 western lambs
60 western ewes
23 western bucks
328 western ewes
63 western ewes
j ' 100 western ewes
1 212 western lambs
I 320 western ewes
'I 1 western ewe
i 126 Mexican ewes
234 Mexican lambs
" 1 334 Mexican ewes
'I 1 western ewe
' 236 Mexican ewes
LIVE STOCK MARKKT
151 24 6 '
The disposition of the days receipts was , Cattle Ten Cents Higher, Hobs FIto
am iuiiuwh, rM.11 " u . , .iiu'-ini
Total receipts 175
number Of head indicated:
do lat ptd
do 2d pfd
Illlnoia Central ....
Loulavill A N'aah.
M.. K. A T
.. 8.8U0 364.
.. 1.30 704
.. &0 64J
.. 2.4cO 171,
.. 1.3'J 18
,.. 2.JA) 229
1 alrunawlck Coa ..
Con. cel. a Vs..
... 14 Little Chlot ...
... 17 Phoenix
... I foe o.l
...146 IKlerre Nevada
...400 Small Hope ..
... 4 1 Standard
100 11. .4 1164 1154
1.5 174 179 1784
6.6iO 1564 164
ilw lol 101
,0i4 -76 734
6.6 1264 I204
l. 264 264
SV 824 82'ai
3o0 181 17.4 1794
17.7tO I0&4 104 104
180 4V4 394 40
16,SiO 73 71 724
26. KO 924 884 91
1.7'4 40 39 39
Jan. . Mav
. t'aah quotatlong were as follows:
FLOUR Easy; winter patents, I2.86tf4.10;
winter straights, tit sal 85; spring patents,
S3.fo4i4.00: spring stralghU, S3.uw3.76; bak
ers t2 StxfrS.01). '
WHEAl'-No. 2 spring. 86$ 87c; No. 3. 83
Qeoc; No. 2 red, 87T,hv4e.
CORN No. t 414341c; No. 2 yellow, 43
OATS-No. 2. Sle: No. 3 white. Sl(S33c.
RVE No. 1 694fj0t)c.
BARLBY Gxod feeding. SS4a34c; fair to
rhoice malting, 4.4j4c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. tl.l!4: No. 1 north,
western, tl 30. Clover, contract grade, fli.li
PHOV1SIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. fl3.66.
Ijird. per lbs.. 37. 4i. Short ribs sides
ilooee). f7.224ti7.S74. Short clear sides
( boxed . t7.n87.70. ,
Heevipts and shipments for the day were
as follow s;
... i.iJ 26.4JO0
.... 67. law M.7i
.... 410 o lV.5ia
.... 611. J 263,700
1 234! 1 234
I 254 1 224I 1 S
1 25 1 2341 1 28
1 2241 1 S4
hye. bu ,
(in the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm, creameries. 184227c;
da I lit-. ltt24c. Eggs, steady: at mark,
rasea Included. 17tiso: tirsta. U4c; prime
firsts l4c f rxtras. Sc. Cba-eae, steady,
t.lvrriaaval Grain Market.
LIVERPUOU Jan. 17-WH EAT-Hpn
steady: No). J red. western winter, fa ,d;
fon.ies nuiel. March, la Wd : May. as lvVad.
CORN -pot quiet; American mixed, new,
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
northern, care; to arrive, 83c; No. J
northern, &tic; to arrive, Wc; No. 3. 7S1J
794?; No. 1 durum, 7Z4c; No. t durum,
9Uc. Corn: No. S yellow, S"i4c; No. S.
37''Ia74c. Oats: No. 3 while, 284c. Barley:
364W4tlc. Rye: 24634c. Flax; cash, fl.174-
Mllwankee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 17. W H B A T
Lower; No. 1 northern, 854i6c; No. 2 burth-
ern. N31244i;; May, . 'o 01a.
RYE Ixiwer; No. 1, i4c
BARLEY Dull; No, 2, 44c; sample,
CoRN-Steady; May. 454c bid.
Peoria Market. -
PEORIA. III.. Jan. 17.-CORN-Unchanged;
No. S yellow, 42c; No. 2, 42c; No. t, 4i4c;
no grade, 364c,
OATS Easy; No. t white. 30c; No. S
HYB Unchanged; No. 2. 74'58c.
WHISKY On the basis of II. a for fin
Dnlotk Grain Market.
DULUTH. Jan. 17. WHEAT To attive
No. 1 northern, 34c; No. 2 northern, klc;
on track. No. 1 northern, 824c: No. I
northern. SJc: May, j4c; July, 864c.
OATS To arrive and ou track. c.
llr and Molaaaea.'
NEW YORK. Jan. 17. SUGAR Raw,
steady; fair retlniner, 34c;' centrifugal, w
teat. 140; molasses sugar, i tc. henned.
quiet: No. 4V 4,10r;( fn 7, 4.UW ; Ka. ,
4c; No. 9. S9ie; No. 10. Ink!; No. U. S.toc;
No.. 12, S.80C:; No. 14, 3-7ic; confectioners'
A. 4 66c; mould A.- 5.'4c; cut loaf. 6.40c;
crushed. E.40c; powdered, 4 SOc; granulated.
4 1: cubes. 4 "-.
MUUAtssejs rirm; New Orleans open
settle, skxj to enoice. duusic.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 17 SUGAR
Firm; tipen kettle, i4&ilT pben kettle cen
triugal. i4vJc: centrifugal whites, 3g
ic; yellows. S44o; aeoiuida. 2m.14c
MOLAbai-t uptHi ketUit, Jo c ; cen
N. Y. Central 14.&0 IM4 1534 16:14
N. Y.. O. A W 10,nu0 647I u
Norfolk A Western... 4. SO 884 884. K4
.. U.90O II164 . M&4 ltf4
600 494 494 494
.. Cl.auO 1464 1464 14&4
.. 2.1UJ ll 10O l'o
North American .
P.. C. A St. L
Pressed Steel Oar...- 11,100 644 61 4
do pfd 6u0 104 1US
Pullman Palace Car
Reading 15.0oa 146 145
do 1st pfd 70 944 944
do 2d pfd 2.600 1" . 9
Republic Steel 7,1'0 37 374
Rock Island Co
Rubber Goods ,
St. L. A 8. F. 2d pfd.
St. Louis S. W
Southern Pacine .....
Southern Railway ..
TenniCoal A Iron.... l. 16f4 159
WASHINGTON. Jan. 1". Today s state
ment of the treasury balances In the ten
era 1 fund exclusive of the fl50,000,0u0 gold
reserve shows: Available cash bal.t.ice,
fl40.474.532; gold coin and bullion, 7t,n3,U2;
gold- certificates, t40.245.a96.
OMAHA. Jan. 17. Bank clearings for to
day were fl.346.619.29 and for the correspond
ing date last year fl. 229.628 S3.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour a co
Swift and Co., country
Vansant A Co
Lobman A Co
W. 1. Stephen
Hill A Son
Hamilton A Rothschild..
Wolf A Murnam . ,
J. H. Root A Co
Bullan A Kline
Klngan Packing Co
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
and Sheep Ton Cents Lower.
CHICAGO, Jan. 17 CATTLE Receipts.
lt.000 head: market generally 10c higher:
common to prime steers, t3.4otiiii.60; cows,
f3.00.'p4.4o: heifers, f2.26ih6.00; bulls, f2.00Q4.10;
calves, S3.0O68.O0; stockers and feeders. f&40
I HOOS Receipts, SO.Onf) head; market 6c
I lower; choice .to prime heavy, f6.46436.60;
medium to gut! heavy, f6.4uojo.45; butcher
weights, f6.4oiQ6.60; good to choice heavy
mixed. S6.4uo6.45; packers, f5.2Cii6.4t.
SHEEP AND lA MBS Receipts. 26.00
I head; market weak to 10c lower; sheep, $4.00
4j6.U); yearlings, f6.0tiJ6.76: lambs, t7.2ua7.86.
....4,143 10,641 6,602
CATTLE The receipts this morning were
about on an average for the middle of the
week, the run being neither large or sm&ll,
but It was somewhat lighter than a wtek
ago. There were good heavy runs et most
other market points and the general ten
dency of the markets according to tne flrst
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 17,-CATTLEJ-Re-celpts,
8.6UO head, Including 400 southerns;
market steady to loc hlgner: top steers,
S5.60; choice export and dressed beef steers,
35.uUtfS.9u; fair to good. S4.Ui6j6.0O; weii-rn
fed steers, 33.60fi6.4o; mockers and feeders,
S3.AOtj4.50; southern steers. S3flo4.60; south
ern cows. S2.OU4JO.50; native rows, $2 004j4.uO;
native heifers. e.i.0i4.W; bulls. 2.7o'u4.00;
HOGS Receipts, 12.0W head; market
reports that arrived this morning was oDened steady and closed 63luc lower: tou,
lower. Under such Influences the tveucial 1S.47U; bulk of aales. f.1.25a6.40; heavy. tV3E
two 10S4 1074 1074
40 4 234 234
624 t 62
10 1184 11.V4 1184
2S.2K) 40 4 394
3 1U V!? 103 .
Texas A Pacific
T.. St. L. A V.
Union Pacific ..
V. S. Ex
U. 8. Realty
U. S. Rubber
U. 8. Steel
Va. -Carolina Chem..
Western I nkin
W. A U fc
do pfd ....
.. 4.UU0 S4
.. 3.000 64
.. lioO 1S
.. M . 894
,.. t.700 66TI
22.7UO l4 lt4 1094
l.JUU l4 P34
144 1124 1134
4&4 444 444
I.410 1'ii1. li
law 94 914
Total sales for the day, 1.754.UU0 shares.
BOSTON, Jan. 17. WOOL There wss bet
ter outlook in the wool market. Manu
facturers have sold piece dyed goods to a
liberal amount and there is a good demand
for the wools suitable for their making.
The stocks of territory wools are depleted.
The prices are notably firm. Pulled wools
are steady. Foreign grades are Arm. There
have been comparatively few changes noted
In the prevailing prices In the boston mar
ket, the latest quotations being aa follows:
Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above, SVtf
Stic; X. 3334c; No. 1, 3644UC; No. 2. 39$2c;
flne unwaahed, 2&j2Gc; quarter-blood, un
washed, 324t)334c; three-elghtha-blood 334
4-34c; half-blood. S24S334c; unwashed de
laine. 2i2c: fine washed delaine. 964437c
Kentucky. Indiana, etc., three-eighths and
one-quarter-blood. S3584C. Territory: Idaho,
fine. 2223c; heavy flne, lltfrJuc; flne medium.
I?2l23c; medium. 2W27e: low medium. 27
2tc. Wyoming, nne, ..tjwc; neavy nne. woj
20c; nne medium, zu-.se; uieaium, 9ej--ic;
low- medium, 27tiJc. I tab and Nevada, tine,
234x24c; heavy fine. IfrtfiWc; fine medium, 23
4i24c; medium, 2'it27c; low medium, 27fi2c.
Dakota, tine. 22.'n23c: flne medium. ?4i:3c:
medium, 274ii8c; low medium, 27028c. Mon- I
tana, fine choice, 3&2Cc; average, 34ii25c;
staple. 27i&2Sc; medium choice. 27't)2Kc.
LONDON, Jan. 17 WOOL There was a
large attendance at the wool sales tonight.
The offerings consisted of a superior se
lection of 12.913 bales. Competition was
animated. Merinos were taken chiefly by
the home trade and Germany. Cross-breus
were In spirited demand. Fine new clip
was Ann and several tatrcels were taken
for America. Cape of (rood Hope waa In
strong demand. Following are the sales
In detail: New South Wales, 4,700 bales;
scoured, 104dH2s 4d, grcaay. 5d'ul 24d.
Queensland. l'Kt bales; scoured, Is sda
la U4d. Victoria, 2 400 bales: scoured. Is 4d
ipls lid: greasy, td'&ls 2d. South Australia,
2 .2oo bales; scoured. Is 84l'fils 104d: greasy,
tdOls Id. West Australia. 2.2uv bales;
a-reiisv. lduia Ud New Zealand. 1.100
bales; greasy, "43(7 1 Id. Cap of Oood j
Hope and Natal. 0 lalt:S: scoured. ls
Is 94d; greasy, f411d. Buenos Ayres, I
Vf bale: areaav. ijUd. I
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Jan. 17. WOOL Steady ;
medium grade, combing and clothing. 24
tj3oc; light tine. 23 ''1 26c; heavy floe, l21c;
tub washed, 3U4c.
VEW YORK. Jan. 17. METALS There
was another sharp break In the Indon tin
market, with spot closing at 163 6s and fu
tures at 164 6a. with a continuation of con
ditions noted yesterday. The local market
was steady but unchanged, with spot closed
at tS.Vn 36 6tt. Copper had quite a sharp
break abroad, with spot closing at 78 6s
and futures at 7u l&s. Locally the market
market here was not very strong on
There was a very fair supply of beef
steers in sight this morning but the q..i.ltly
was none too good on an average, al
though there was some quite gojil lots.
The market waa not very active and wl.ile
there was no very great change in any
direction the feeling was weak and the
tendency of prices a little lower.
The supply of cows and heifers wss larger
than usual, there being not far from lifty
cars on sale. The quality also averaged
up fairly good, that is there were quite a
number of loads of very decent stuff. The
msrket was In a good deal of the same
condition as was that on beef steers. That
Is. It was not very active ar.d prices had a
lower tendency. In fact, they were lower
as a rule, unless It might be on aomctnlng
that Just happened to take the eye of a
Blockers and feeders were In small sup
ply as usual of late while there was a
good demand. In consequence of this the
trade was quite brisk at good strong prices.
6I6.474; packers, f6.3md6.40; pigs and lights,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. .S00
head; market steady; native lambs. S5.50iP'
7.40; western lambs. n&oa,.S); ewes and
vearlings. S4.60ft6.0U; western fed yearlings,
S6.6MiH.40; western fed sheep, St.5iKu6.0O;
stockers and feeders. 33.294.00.
bu. box; Colorado Jonathans. S2.63 per In.
box; pen Davis, fl.76 per bu. box; Wlnc
saps, ti.00 per bu. box: other varieties, ti.' 9
per bu.; New York apples. f4 75 per bbl.
CRANBERRIES Jersey, fl6.5o pr bbl.
GRAPES Imported Malagas. fi.54?6.0
POTATOES Home-grown, per bu . 6"'
65c; South Dakota, per bu., 75c.
ON IONS Home-grown, yellow and red,
per bu., 85c; Spanish, per crate, f1.7i; Colo,
rado. red and yellow, per bu.. tl.00.
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. t2.n0.
LIMA BKA NB Per lb.. 64c.
CABBAGE Home-grown and Wisconsin,
In crates, per lb.. I.'u2c.
CARROTS PARSNIPS AND TURN I PS-
Per bu., fifi 76c.
CELERY Kalamaxoo, per dox, 56c.
SWF.ET POTATOES Kansas, per S-bu.
TOMATOES California, per crate of ;0
WAX BEANS Per hamper of about M
lbs. net. 23.50
STRING BEANS Per liamper of about )
lbs. net, t3OS4.0n.
EGG PLANT Florida, per dox.. tl.ri4l 50.
GREEN PEPPERS Florida, per hamper
of shout 10 dox.. S3 50.
TURNIPS Louisiana, dos. bunches, 7Sc.
SHALLOTTS Louisiana. p?r dos. bunche
HEAD LETTUCE Louisiana, per bbl..
fSom&lO OO; pr dos. heads. fl.OO.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per box of
12 to 15 heads. uc.
CUCUMPERS-Hothousfl. per dox.. 12.(0.
RADISHES Hothouse, per do, bunches,
MUSHROOMS-Hothonse. per lb.. Soc.
No. 1 rib. 124c:' No. 2 rib.' 84c: No. 3 rib.
6c; No 1 loin, 16c; No. 2 loin, 104: No. S
loin, 74c; No. 1 chucks, 5c; No. i chucks. 4c:
No. S chucks, Sc; No. 1 round. 7c; No. 2
round, 64c; No. 3 round, 54c; No. 1 plate.
4c; No. 2 plate. Sc: No. S plate. 24c.
CIDER Per keg, S3. 76: per bbl.. f6.75.
HONEY New. per 24 lbs., t3.60.
CHEESE Swiss. '. new. 16c; Wisconsin
brick, 16c; Wisconsin llmberger, 134c; twins,
16c; young Amerlcaa, 154c
SUGARS Granulated cane,' In bhls., fS.td;
granulated cane. In sacks, 96.01; granulated
beet, In sacks, SOI.
SYRUP In barrels, 24c per gal.; cases.
6 io.b. cans. SI. 60: .esses, 13 5-lb. cans,
S1.90: cases. 24 24-lo. cans, tl.80.
COFFEE Roasted: No. SB, 254c per lb.;
No. 80. M4c per lb.; No. 25, 184o per lb.;
No. 20, 154c per Jb.: No. 215. 124c per lb.
FLOUR wholesale Best high grade Ne
braska, per cwt., S2.10: best high gradi
patent Minnesota, per cwt., 32.40; straight
patent Nebraska, per cwt., S2.00; second
patent Nebraska, fi.90.
NUTS Walnuts No. 1 soft shells, pew
crop, per lb., 154c; hard, Shes, per lh..
134c. Pecans, targe, per lb., 14c; small, per
lb., 12c. Pes.r!!, per lb., 7s; roasted, per
lb.. Sc. Chill walnuts, per lb 12'qtl34c. Al
monds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard shells,
per lb.) 16c. Shellbark hickory- nuts, per
bu.. t2. 26; large hickory nuts, per bu.. fl.60.
Chestnuts, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuts, f4.0 per
sack of 100.- . - - -
FRESH FISH-Trout, 11c: halibut, lc;
Slckerel. dressed. 7c; white baas. 11c; sun.
sh, 64j9c; perch skinned and dressed, 8c;
pike, loc: red snapper, 11c; sahnon, 11c;
crapples. (V&9c; eels, 18c; black bass, 22c;
whlteflsh. 12c; frog legs, per dox., 66c; lob
sters, green, S3c; boiled lobsters, S7c; blue
llsh. 15c; herring, 4c; Spanish mackerel, 16c;
haddock, 10c; shrimp. fl.0Og1.60 per gal.;
smelts 12c; cod. 12c; fresh standard oys
ters. II 40 per gal.; shell oysters. S1.o'j)
2.00 per W0; little neck clams, fl.60 per 100.
CURED FISH-Famlly whlteflsh,-per 4
bbl., I0 lbs., f4.50; Norway mackerel, per
bbl, 200 lbs.: Bloaters. ttO.OQ; No. 1. S38.o;
No. 2. f26.00; No. S. f20 00: Irish No. 2.
fl7.00. Herring. In bhls , 200 lbs. ench: Nor
way. 4k. fis.un: Norway. 3k. fis.00: Hol-
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St. Loo Is Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Jan. 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, i.tflO head, including 800 head of
Texans: market weak to steady; native
shipping and export steers, 34 75i6 ("i;
dressed beef and butcher steers. tS.50a5.20;
steers under l.onO Ihe.. $.1073 75; stockers
and feeders, S2.5t(i3.4o; cows snd heifers,
S2.60gt.70; canners. fl.t5fre.35; bulls, f2.25x
4.00; calves. f2 yajTOO; Texas snd Indian
steers, S2.9n4j4.36; cows and heifers, fc.OO
HOOS Receipts, 9. MO head: market
steady to 6c higher; pigs and lights, f4 "J
4j6.40: packers. $5.O0j5.6O; butchers and
best heavy, t6. 35115. 50.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3.000
head: market steady: nsttve muttons.
U.OKU6 00; lambs. So.V4?7.70; culls and
bucks. S3.(KV,;6 25; stockers. f2.6oSS.ub;
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Jan. 17.-CATTLB-Recelpts.
1.9M head: market strong to lc
higher; natives, t3.75ii6.00; cows and
heifers, fl VJ4.75; stockers and feeders,
HOGS Receipts, f.912 head; market
strung; light, t6.26tyi.4o; medium and
heavy. t&.30tj5 40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2 412
head; market 10c higher; Colorado lambs,
Slonx City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Jan. 17.-l8peclal Tele,
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. l.WO head.
Market steady; beeves. $.1.5V(if.&!; cows,
bulls and mixed, f J.Soj4.00; atockera and
feedera. $.').0irt4,C0: calvea and yearlings,
HOOS Receipts.' 4.0TO head. Market
steady, selling at f5.15fi6.SO; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts. Soft
head. Market strong.'
Stuck In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six piinelpal
western markets yesterday:
mixed. $11 60. Holland herring. In
Milkers, 80c; kegs, mixed, "tic.
i c vi o ii . 41
closed quiet: middling tipli
dllr.g gulf. 12.35c: sales. 29
N1IW ORLKANS. Jan
NEW YORK. Jan. 17.-COTTON-8pot
plands, 12.10c; mid
Jan. 17. COTTON
Spot cloaed steadv: sales, 4,0m) bales; ordi
nary. 7c; good ordinary, 10S-16c; low mid
dling. 11 1-loe; middling. 11 l-lile; good mid
dling. 12 1-ltic; middling fair. 124c; receipts,
6,987 bales; stock, S26.166 bales,
ST. LOUIS. Jan.'- 17.-COTTON-In-changed;
rffiuudng. 11 ll-16c; sales. 661 bales;
receipts. 25u bales; . shlpmenU, 84 bales;
stock. 4?,t7 boles.
LIVERPOOL Janl 17. COTTON Spot In
fair demand: prlues 6 points higher; Amer
ican middling fair. 6.fd; good nilddlln.
6.4nd; mldilling, t.28d; low middling. 6.12d;
good ordinary, t.94d; ordinary. 6.8d. TI10
sales of the day were ll.OuO bales, of which
10.000 were for speculation and export and
Included 9.9A) American. Receipts, .ono bale-.
Including 7.410 American.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. Jan. 17-SEED-4?lover. cash
and January. 8.15; February. f8.Su: March.
Sft.25; April, fft.10; timothy, fl.62; alsike. fS.vl
Kansas City .
I St. Josepn ....
IX1NDON. Jan. 17. Money was In strong
demand In the market today and borrowers
i were Increasingly dependent unoa the,
Bank of England. The stringency prob
ably will be mm hat relieved next week
with the payment of tl!.50u.OM In treasury
bills January 23 and a like amount January
29. though tV'H).jo of the latter will be
replaced by new bills. Discouuts were Arm.
Trading tin the slock vicbange was quiet
ulet, but acted unsettled, with rumors
that lake and electrolytic could be secured
for forward shipment as low as $18,374.
Lake and electrolytic are generally quoted
at tl6k?rl.7i and ceating at $18 j1 60.
Lead was 2a kd lower at UC H In Ixmdon.
The local market was dull and unchanged
at f6 6utj4.70. Bp Her was lower In London,
closing at 27 16s. but aulet and unchanged
at t6.5o06.69 n the local market. Iron was
higher abroad, closing at 62s lOd for stand
ard foundry and 62s 4d for Cleveland war
ranta No. 1 foundry northern ta quoted
looally at &7 26717.76; No. 1 foundry aouth
em. tU.2ft 18 40.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 17 METAIA-Iad.
ooiet, fe.(te6.su. Spelter, aulet, t644-a
1 1IM t 40 1 IN I 64
1 1444 I 40 1 140 t
I t0 04 1 12 I M
1 14 4 0 t 1M I 7a
t laS 4 M 14 la I 75
1 170 4 U 1 14U 0
1 11 I 4 1 ia 4 00
I II t M I Ut
M 4 1 too 4 o
1 110 I 14
aTOCKEKS AND FEEDERS,
t 44 1 aw 4 in in
t t 14 II )u4 t lu
1 1a4 I 14 1 474 I 141
6 17a I Ml 7 )uu 4 14
4 147 I S
HOGS While the receipts of bogs were
not what might be called excessive they
were the largeat ot any day this month ao
far, close to 169 cars being reported in
algbt. The market was In the most unsatis
factory shape that It has been In for a long
time back. No one appeared to be just
sure where be was at, either buyer ot
seller. A few (oadisold right on the open
ing at prices that"bid not look verv dif
ferent from yesterday, but that stage of
the market did not endure for very long.
Buyers almost from the beginning were
tiering trices that were ic lower, and be-
25. COO I
RIC.4.L KSTATIS TRANSFERS.
The folio wins; reel estate tran.-tfer ttvra.
flled for record January 17, 1!5:
James E. Dewey and wife to Johanna
Schutt, et al., n4 lot t. block 9, E. V.
Smith's add 12,000
F. W. Carmichael and wife to Morton
P. Orlngdulph, Iota If. 17. 18., block
i. Halcyon Heights fe)0
Sarah V. Itardln to Reynolds H. Over,
part lot 26. block 16. Hanacom Place 1.K0
Anna Brown to yon L. Struwhecker,
lot 1", block 6. Shlnn's add tixl
Mrs. 8. M. Kllcuen and husband to
Anna M. Brown. 4 lots 11 and 12.
Moek 6. Stilnn's add t.uo
Charles Metx and wife to Hnrir
Tieiike. lota 38 and 39. Clurk Place. '
John T. Hitunian, et al., Execs., L
tl.-oi-e Horeiiscn, lots 19 and SO, olock
L'vert V. Smith, Jr. and wifo to K. V.
Smith, lot S, block 1. Boulevard Ter-
Harry D. Red and wife to Richard
Hallftt, lot 11. block 7, Haxcl 'ivr-
Wllliatn Ktunns and wlfu to llenrv' IT.
Kiu'seo, pari, lot 2, Florence
.88.53 T.M12 12.682
Otis and Rosin.
NEW YORK, Jan. 17 OIL-Cottonaeed.
Arm: prime crude, nominal; prime yellow,
32Vu23c. Petroleum, sleady; refined New
York, $7 60, Philadelphia and Baltimore,
f7 .56. Turpentine, firm. 616!i4c.
ROSIN Steady; traiiie4. common to
good. f3 754J3 bu.
SAVANNAH. Ga . Jan. 17. OIL Turpen
tine. Arm at 66c.
KOSIN-Firm: A, B and C. $.1,424; I.
t3474; E, mzH; G. $3624: H. $224: I.
$4.35; K. t4 90; N, t6.70; WG, ttoO; WW,
OIL CITY. Pa. Jan. 17.-OIL-Oredlt
balances. II U; shlpinenta, 44,210 bbl.; aver
age. oi.115 bbls.; runs. 63.238 bbls.; average,
55 886 bbls ; shipment. Linua. 64 934 bbls.;
average, 60.231 bbls-; runs, Lima, 47.816 bbls.;
average, SK,923 bbls.
Philadelphia Prodneo Msrket.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 17.-BITTER-Stady;
extra western creamery. 2Sc; extra
nearby prints, 31c.
EGGS Steady: fair demand: nearby flesh,
21c at mark, westrn fresh. 21c at mark.
CH EfcSrJ-Firm; New York full cream,
NK7V YORK Jan. 17. - COFFEE The
market for eoffe futures ruled generally
steady witb the close steady and net un.
Fratik W. Robinson and wife to Harry
Miller, kit S, block 9. Hawthorn adl I "
Mlf.nie M. Miller and huanunJ to
William J. Lyle, lot 20. block ! ,
' Clifton Hill , 2,200
Sarah A. Woodman to George T. Mor- .,
ton. lots 6 and 7, block 7. Kllby Plu-.
Edward W. Homan to Myron 1..
learned and Clura B. Wyinan, ptia-
lot 1. Capitol Illll ud.l ... : ' 1
p. V. Shoulcs Co. to rred E. Gutbrie,
lot 7, block 4, Denman Pine-?.. ..... , 1
Oaus Oft and wife to Otto Hansen. -
part e4 ne4 la-16 11
Otto Hansen and wifo to Frod L.a!-
mann. seU n4 15-16-11.... 4 t)
Henry G. Leisennlng to Samuel 11.
Alexander, lots 1, and 3. block
It-Uenning's add 1,M
Geoige VV'acbterle et al. to Josef
Vat I. trie, lot 9, block 4. Mayne add.. l.V-J
Harold Gifford and wife to Reynold
ri. uvr. part lot Z4. block Is, llans-
coui Place t i
Jr.hn P. i-lnley and wife to same, same I
F. Du Day & Co.
Slookn. Grain. Provision
bin Year Grain to Ca.
Branch Oalee. SIU.1SI Board ot Trade
Bid- Omaha. Neh. Telephone -.i,
212-214 Kxehange Bldg . South Omaha.
Bell 'Pbune 216. Independent Pfcun t.
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